Linaria for me to!
Thanks Fairygirl, you have just solved the identity of my mystery white daffodils.I cant remember even buying them!
Oooo! a Blank Canvas!
purpletreacle I have had one growing in a very warm spot in my south facing garden for three years now, and it seems very happy and flowering well!
I do water it sometimes in very hot weather though.
we had it when we moved into our house in 1965, and still have it!
I have always used Wilkinson sword, but have left them somewhere in the Garden
Bought a pair of Qualcast to use till I found the others, and they fell apart in half an hour. So don't buy these!
I think the first one is Persicaria
Hi Ginny May, as far as I know they are not winter hardy.
As they are Succulents cut off the piece you want for a new plant and let it dry for a few days, then pot it up in gritty compost.
Often called Caper Spurge, because of the shape of the seed pods.